If you have an interest in technology and love for data, a career in the Big Data field may be ideally suited for you. Mastering several Big Data tools and software is an essential part of executing Big Data projects.
With the explosion of data around us, the race to make sense of it is on. Over 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created every single day, and that number keeps going up every second. Estimates predict 1.7 megabytes of data will be created every second by 2020. This has led to the emergence of the concept of big data. What we are experiencing now is just the start, and big data promises to evolve into a discipline that will transform the way businesses function, the nature of products and solutions they offer, and the experience that we as consumers will witness. This transformation will need talented professionals to join the fray and help businesses derive valuable insights from the mountains of data being created.
There are plenty of Big Data roles to choose from, including Big Data Architect, Big Data Engineer, Data Analyst, Database Administrator, Data Scientist, Data Architect—the list of job roles goes on. You also have a wide range of technologies within Big Data you can master. In short, you’re in a career field full of possibilities.
This eBook is your handy guide to understanding the key features of Big Data and Hadoop, and a quick primer on the essentials of Big Data concepts and Hadoop fundamentals that will get you up to speed on the one tool that will perhaps find more application in the near-future than any other. We’ve covered:
- Important Definitions (HDFC, MapReduce and more)
- Pig v/s SQL
- Cloudera Tool
- Hadoop Ecosystem
- Zookeeper Data Model
The eBooks attempts to give you a strong foundation in the world of Big Data and Hadoop and helps you navigate through the technology ecosystem very easily. From the common terminologies to common languages and tools, the tool covers all the building blocks that make up this cutting-edge and ever field of Big Data
Download the eBook to understand what Big Data and Hadoop mean, and start your journey into the Big Data universe.